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Dates for the Diary

On 13th October, 4pm to 6.30pm. Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London:
ILC-UK and Actuarial Profession Joint debate: "Decumulation of Assets – The Impact of the Economic Downturn" (kindly supported by Age Concern and Help the Aged).

On 10th November, 4pm to 6.30pm. Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London:
ILC-UK and Actuarial Profession Joint “Green Paper” Debate: "The Future of Funding Long-term Care for Older People ".

We already have more than 100 people signed up for the event on 13th October and are expecting demand to be high for both events. If you want to register to attend either event then email events@ilcuk.org.uk.


New ILC-UK Publications

The ILC-UK have recently published a number of new publications on our website including:

Recent Progress & Innovation in Dementia, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care: Report of an expert roundtable discussion and dinner on 'Recent Progress & Innovation in Dementia, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care'.http://www.ilcuk.org.uk/record.jsp?type=publication&ID=41

Pension Reform and Personal Accounts after the Credit Crunch: Report of a debate exploring the future of personal accounts and pension reform after the credit crunch. http://www.ilcuk.org.uk/record.jsp?type=publication&ID=46

Choosing Population Projections for Public Policy: Report on the ILC-UK and Actuarial Profession joint-conference, “Choosing Population Projections for Public Policy”. http://www.ilcuk.org.uk/record.jsp?type=publication&ID=42

National Care Fund Working Groups Report: Sets out the findings of two working groups convened by the ILC-UK to explore the ‘National Care Fund’ model. http://www.ilcuk.org.uk/record.jsp?type=publication&ID=45


ILC-UK on Twitter

Follow the ILC-UK on Twitter and be the first to hear the latest updates on our work alongside news on longevity and ageing policy: www.twitter.com/ilcuk


New ILC Blog Posts

We have published a number of new posts to the ILC Blog: http://blog.ilcuk.org.uk/

Changing Travel Habits of Older People:http://blog.ilcuk.org.uk/2009/09/07/changing-travel-habits-of-older-people/

Younger People and Pensions: http://blog.ilcuk.org.uk/2009/09/07/living-for-today/

Flooding and Older People: http://blog.ilcuk.org.uk/2009/08/19/flooding-and-older-people/

A Glance at the Scottish Population in 2008: http://blog.ilcuk.org.uk/2009/08/17/a-glance-at-the-scottish-population-in-2008/

Green Paper on Social Care and Ageing Strategy: http://blog.ilcuk.org.uk/2009/07/15/shaping-the-future-of-care-together/


Dementia Summit

The Ministerial Dementia Research Summit was held on 21st July. The Department of Health and the Medical Research Council hosted the conference at the Royal Society in London. Our Chief Executive, Baroness Sally Greengross, co-chaired the event alongside Professor Chris Kennard, Chair of the Medical Research Council. Over 135 leading academics, carers, medical experts, representatives from charities, industry, public bodies and voluntary organisations assembled to discuss and debate the challenges, opportunities and solutions for dementia research in the UK.

The ILC-UK, following on from the success of the expert roundtable discussion and dinner on dementia in the House of Lords in June supported by Pfizer, has been commissioned to write the report from the Summit.

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The International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) and Just Group have analysed the submissions and created a shortlist to take forward that helps deal with ageing issues such as cognitive decline, failing physical health, loneliness and digital exclusion.

We are looking for an experienced, flexible and proactive candidate to support the Senior Management Team in managing the financials of the organisation.

The ILC-UK has launched a Commission Inquiry on Health and Wellbeing Innovation, supported by Audley Retirement Villages and EY.

However, the analysis also finds the higher the proportion of over 70s in a local population, the higher the rate of productivity growth

Just and ILC-UK ‘Innovating for Ageing’ project calls for submissions on problems relating to consumer vulnerability

Life expectancy and health outcomes worsen the more deprived an area or population is, new research from Cass Business School has found.

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